Yarbary, who played his collegiate football at Wake Forest, joined the Pirates for their playoff run and appeared in the last two regular-season games making two solo tackles with three assists for a total of three and a half tackles. In the Pirates playoff game in Carolina, Yarbary recorded one tackle for a loss.
Prior to joining the Pirates, the 6’2” 285-pound lineman was in minicamp with the Atlanta Falcons in May of 2019 and then went to the Canadian Football League with the Toronto Argonauts where he played in a pre-season game.
A native of Augusta, GA, Yarbary red-shirted with the Demon Deacons in 2014 and then played four seasons. In 41 games had 116 tackles, 21.5 for a loss, and 12 sacks. Yarbary’s best year was his final season when he was elected as a captain. He compiled 53 stops, 11 were for negative yards, five were sacks and he added a fumble recovery. Yarbary, who played his high school ball at Richmond Academy in Augusta, GA, helped Wake Forrest to three bowl games.